Barbarians 31-33 Fiji
Fijian backrow Johnny Dyer scored twice in a man of the match performance as Fiji defeated the Barbarians by two points.
With three South African World Cup winners, Ireland legend Rory Best and an abundance of Southern Hemisphere superstars, the Barbarians were always going to be tough to beat.
The function of Common Goal is to have its members pledge one percent of their earnings to help fund organisations that can advance the United Nations Global Goals.
It is one percent of a footballer's wage going to charity. To quote the site: “The idea is simple.”
So it is hard not
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A 94th minute brace by Ollie Watkins sent
Last season, Josh Dasilva made the difficult decision to leave Arsenal in pursuit of more first-team opportunities.
After starring in Brentford’s previous two league games, it seems as if the choice to leave his boyhood club is starting to pay-off.
Ahead of Monday night’s derby against QPR, the midfielder discussed his recent
FC Barcelona plays boring football under Ernesto Valverde. Barcelona playing boring football is a loss in the club's values and identity which is even worse than a bad result.
Despite winning the last two league titles, a Spanish Cup-LaLiga double in 2016 and the treble in 2015, the club has been
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September 23rd 2019 may not be the most exciting day in the sporting calendar, with apologies to fans of Welsh and Georgian rugby and County Championship cricket, but in 1868 it was the date for one of the most remarkable family showdowns in sporting history.
Throughout the history of sport there
“There won’t be a dark horse. All the teams that could win it are known”, ex-England and Lions hooker Brian Moore bluntly tells me as we try Wimbledon Brewery’s Brian Moore inspired beer, 'Pitbull.' Moore believes this World Cup is different to previous years as there is no clear favourite.
What happens to footballers if they realise that although they love the sport, the mainstream eleven aside game isn't for them? Or if they don't quite make it in the professional club world but still have a huge talent behind the ball? Eighteen-year-old Ben Nuttall has just the answer.
We all know that prestigious cricket venues such as Lord's and the Oval are at the heart of hosting sport in British summertime.
T20 matches, test matches, World Cups; spectators come in their thousands to watch cricket matches in the sunshine, and enjoy a day out with friends and family.